8 Holiday Home Safety Tips For The Concerned Homeowner
11 October 2016
Locksmiths around the country will tell you that the holidays are a contentious time for those concerned about their home and property. You may look forward to spending time with loved ones, but you do not want to leave your home alone and unsecured. These tips will help you feel safe this holiday season.
1. Take away the opportunity. Look for packages from locksmiths offering home monitoring systems in addition to timers, lights, and other items that will protect your home from theft.
4 Ways To Maintain Access To Your Shed
13 September 2016
If you have a shed on your property, you probably use it to store many of the items that you don't use on a daily basis, such as your yard equipment. Even though you may not use the stored equipment daily, you probably still want to be able to access the stored items at will. This can be difficult if you misplace the keys to your shed, especially if you don't want to damage the door or locks of the structure.
Questions To Ask In A Nighttime Car Lockout
8 September 2016
Staying calm and proceeding with care is important in an emergency lockout. Here are some questions to ask yourself to deal with a lockout safely.
Am I Safe?
The first question that you should ask isn't even about your car. If you are in an area where you will be unsafe, such as a deserted spot or a place where lots of high-speed traffic will be passing by, then you may want to abandon your car for now and figure out what to do from a more neutral spot.
Locksmiths: Overlooked Security Experts
26 December 2014
It is a sad, but true fact that in today's world, homeowners are required to stress over the security of their homes more than ever before. In many cases, homeowners will turn to the services of a local security company or take a do-it-yourself approach to improving their home security in response to frequently rising crime rates. While both of these options are certainly valuable options to consider, there is yet another option that many people tend to overlook.